Digitalization opens up completely new possibilities for textile manufacturers in the areas of management, innovation, production, maintenance & repair and quality. The latest solutions for this and their use in practice are presented in this section.

Quality monitoring
with added value
through AI
Interview on the new QMS from KM.ON, which will be launched for the retrofit market at ITM from 4 to 8 June 2024 in Istanbul
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Manage digitally,
enhance efficiency
with the DPM for warp knitting
Interview on the launch of KM.ON's new DPM at ITM 2024 with Yevgeniya Nedilko, Cluster Lead Operational Excellence
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A game changer in warp knitting shop floor management
The Digital Production Management (DPM) from KM.ON will be officially released at ITM 2024
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Prevention instead of aftercare when it
comes to warp quality
PROACTIVE-Warping for proactive quality management on the PROWARP® from KARL MAYER
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Quality control on a new level - the new AI-based Quality Monitoring System (QMS)
KM.ON launches its pioneering QMS for warp knitting machines
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KM.ON among Pioneers' top DACH corporate ventures
Lots of visitors, good discussions, a look at the trends
Successful participation of the KARL MAYER GROUP at Techtextil, 23-26.04.2024 in Frankfurt am Main
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opportunities for new
business potential
KARL MAYER and Grabher support wearables projects with competence platform
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Leading the Future of Knitwear Design
KM.ON presents an innovative digital solution at Munich Fabric Start and Pitti Filati
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Help for the daily work routine
Successful launch of the KARL MAYER GROUP's new Customer Portal myKM.ON at ITMA 2023
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Staying on track
with KM.ON
Laprotex successfully uses k.innovation CORE
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New patterning dimensions with the HKS digital generation
HKS 3-M ON demonstrates maximum flexibility in warp-knitted fabric design
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Transparency for efficiency
With new features, the dashboard offers even more support for day-to-day work
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Securing a head start with digitalization
The pioneer Laprotex relies on the HKS 3-M ON
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Interested inR&D?

Using textiles and pipettes for new organs
Warp knitted spacer fabrics as the base structure for 3-dimensional cell culture
Customised, cost-effective implant solutions
Personalised patient textile implants produced in single batch sizes
Raschel machine brings smart textile projects forward
Inauguration of an MJ 52/1-S from KARL MAYER for processing electrically conductive yarns at Grabher GROUP